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Wimbledon doesn't just serve up grand slams and 190,000 portions of strawberries and cream: The legendary tennis tournament is known for providing the sartorially-inclined with summer outfit inspiration from royals and A-listers alike.
And after cancellations followed by depleted crowds and limited numbers over the last few years, we're hungry for affordable celebrity ensembles we can buy now and wear for seasons to come.
Princess Beatrice made her first appearance in the Royal Box this year on day 12 of the tournament to watch Britain's Cameron Norrie take on Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the men's singles semi-final.
The Queen's granddaughter was seen chatting to Princess Michael of Kent on Centre Court wearing a pink and cream dress by The Vampire's Wife, a go-to brand for both her and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Beatrice, 33, wore the mini 'Gloria' dress with a square wicker bag and donned her sunglasses when the box got a bit bright.
It may have been her first time in the Royal Box at Wimbledon this year, but fans are convinced that the princess made an incognito trip to SW19 earlier in the week. Blending into the crowd, Beatrice wore a voluminous striped midi skirt with a classic black blazer and oversized sunglasses to keep her identity under wraps.
On day 10, two of the most famous men in Britain descended on SW19: Hugh Grant and David Beckham.
Grant, 61, was dapper in a grey suit jacket and white shirt and attended alongside Swedish wife Anna Elisabet Eberstein, 41. The pair tied the knot in 2018.
Beckham left his wife, Victoria, and four children at home and arrived at the championships with mum Sandra West, on his arm.
The former footballer showed off his style credentials in a brown blazer, cream chinos, striped shirt and brown polka dot tie.
On the eighth day of play – often called 'Manic Monday' as all factions of the tournament play – the Duchess of Cambridge's brother James Middleton and his wife, Alizée Thevenet, were seen watching the action on Centre Court.
The entrepreneur followed in his parents and royal sister's footsteps to watch the athlete's play it out in the All England Club on Monday. His mother, Carole Middleton attended week one of the tournament with his father, Michael.
James wore a smart navy blue suit with pale blue shirt, which matched his wife's navy and ref patterned jumpsuit.
After 100 years of tradition, 'Middle Sunday' this year became a day of celebration at the All England Club. Usually reserved for resting the players (and the grass courts), the seventh day tradition offers a break in the two-week tournament.
But organisers broke with tradition for the first time in 100 years, and welcomed a celebration for 100 years of Centre Court, and allowed the all-too-busy celebrities to take the opportunity to watch even more tennis on Sunday.
Wimbledon regular Sienna Miller joined a whole host of famous faces on Centre Court as she watched the action with her new beau Oli Green. The actor wore a strapless white broderie anglaise dress which she accessorised with a belt, snakeskin high heels, sunglasses and her signature red lip.
Not far from where Miller was sat, was her ex, Tom Sturridge who was watching the tennis with his current girlfriend, Alexa Chung. It all looked to be very amicable, as the foursome were pictured laughing and taking selfies together.
Model and presenter Chung opted for a white three-piece linen suit for the day out in SW19, pairing the tailored Ralph Lauren look with black suede high heels.
Elsewhere, actor Daisy Edgar-Jones brought her mother along for the day at the All England Club in South London.
The Normal People star dressed for the heat as she wore a silk pale yellow Ralph Lauren dress.
Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm (Mel C) injected a hit of much-needed dopamine to the overcast clouds of SW19 in a vibrant-coloured tailored suit as she attended day four of the tournament.
Sporty Spice paired her orange tailored short suit with nude strappy heels and a marbled clutch for the day out in South London.
Ex-Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell channelled her inner '70s style in wide-leg trousers and platform wedged heels for day four of the tennis tournament.
The dancer's silk trousers featured a pastel floral pattern which she matched perfectly to her lilac bag, and paired the whole outfit with a beige blazer and sunglasses.
On day three, Rose Ayling-Ellis raised the style stakes with a little help from celebrity stylist - and the woman behind Claudia Winkleman and Fearne Cotton's wardrobes - Sinead McKeefry.
The Strictly 2021 champion took a leaf out of Amanda Holden's Wimbledon lookbook and opted for a mini dress. She paired the high-neck, printed style with a double breasted white jacket and heels for her royal box visit on day three of Wimbledon 2022.
A white clutch finished the look.
Taking style notes from her regal cousins-in-law, Zara Tindall wore a pair of Castañer wedges on day two that both Meghan Markle and the Duchess of Cambridge own. Tindall paired the easy-to-wear heel with a £265 Linen Tiered Midi Shirtdress by Polo Ralph Lauren, a crossbody bag from Aspinal of London and a pair of tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Meanwhile, husband Mike was dapped in chinos, a white shirt, striped tie and stone-coloured jacket.
Leave it to Holly Willoughby to nail Wimbledon fashion. The This Morning presenter arrived on day one of the championships with her television co-host Philip Schofield in a very feminine fit and flare dress complete with on-trend statement collar.
While the exact dress - the Marilyn Dress from Gül Hurgel (that retails at $895/£727) isn't available in the UK, two dresses featuring the same print are available from stockist Koibird.
A leather and woven Aspinal of London bag paired with nude sandals finished the look.
Amanda Holden and daughter Lexi Hughes, 16, showcased their sartorial pulling power in two different - but complimentary - ensembles on day one. Holden opted for an all-white look, comprising a cropped shirt and shirt dress combo with Aspinal of London sunglasses, while Hughes wore a pistachio trouser suit over a white crop top.
Both polished off their outfits with white shoes but it was Holden's bag that caught our eye: the Kate Spade Double Tennis Ball Small Crossbody. Unfortunately the bag's currently out of the stock in the UK.
Mollie King, best known for being one-fifth of The Saturdays, arrived at day one of Wimbledon 2022 in a high street number ideal for weddings, christenings, garden parties and just about any other occasion you can think of.
King, who's currently expecting her first child, opted to wear the Shenyu Pink and White Cotton Candy Stripe Dress featuring a frill neck and A-line skirt from British staple - and Duchess of Cambridge favourite - LK Bennett.
The £329 number, which comes with a belt that King ditched to grant her growing bump breathing room, isn't cheap but we think you'll agree it's a chic investment piece that will age well.
Zara Tindall led the charge for the royals on the second day of the All England Club's grass tournament. Her and husband Mike Tindall were matching in suitably summery, and stylish outfits as they arrived in SW19.
Zara, 41, opted for a white linen button-down midi dress in true Wimbledon style, accessorising with a navy quilted Aspinal of London 'Lottie' crossbody bag and a pair of black wedges.
Her linen number is an ideal summer style, with capped short sleeves and a staggered skirt, and cinched in at the waist.
The royal couple looked relaxed and smiled for photographers on their way to watch Serena Williams play on Centre Court.
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